I can tell you so much about the flute and how it fills air with music.

March 26, 2010 katherync

The flute is one of the oldest interments ever. The sound it makes is the same as a bird. There are many levels of volume in a flute. They range from low to high with lettering known as octaves. An octave is a range of notes from A to G though the are more levels  of sound and pitch the that so there are octaves where the A to G repeat.  When these note are arranged in a specific order it creates music. In music you have a beat or a stead pulse where you keep rhythm while playing the flute you play in reference of the beats while reading the music. There are many kinds of music that the flute is able to perform in. They range from classic to rock/pop and anything in-between any music created the flute is able to play. The sounds it performs can fill a room with any emotion and hold it there until the style of the music changes.  I love to play the flute though I also love to hear it. It is something that the sound can never grow old. It is in history that the flute as played has though like a bird. We know though it has a greater power than to sound like a bird. I love the Flute and all it has to offer also how it has other interment like itself and are made the same way but prudes a stronger sound.  The Flute is something I can specialize in and I love it.


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  • 1. Kierra  |  March 29, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    wow kat,the flute?! well, i guess that is something you know a lot about.

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